Published: Sun, November 11, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Video Emerges From Antonio Brown’s 100 MPH Driving Incident

Video Emerges From Antonio Brown’s 100 MPH Driving Incident

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has some blazing speed on the field but evidently, sometimes he likes to show it away from the field too.

KDKA reported that police officers were responding to a bank robbery when they saw Brown's auto "traveling at a high rate of speed and pulled it over".

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The officer pulled the vehicle over and the driver was identified as Brown.

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The incident took place hours before the Steelers were scheduled to face the Carolina Panthers in a Thursday night game.

Brown was reportedly cited for reckless driving, which can lead to a six-month license suspension and a small fine in Pennsylvania, according to CBS Pittsburgh.

The area north of Pittsburgh is known as being the "problem roadway" in Ross Township and was the target of PennDOT funding for targeting speeding in 2015.

The Steelers released a statement saying they are still gathering information on the situation and "won't have further comment at this time".

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